Griffin Calls President’s policies a ‘misplaced reliance on government’

LITTLE ROCK –  Second District Congressional candidate, U.S. Army Reservist and former U.S. Attorney Tim Griffin debated at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, In the debate hosted by the Bowen Young Republicans chapter, Griffin focused on the need for private sector job creation, calling the policies of President Obama a “misplaced reliance on government,” while explaining how his campaign has the grassroots and financial support to win in 2010.

“Our campaign has earned the financial support of hundreds of Arkansans, the grassroots support of those in the Tea Party movement and national recognition as one of the best opportunities to turn a Democratic seat into a conservative one,” Griffin said.

On April 15, Griffin won two separate TEA Party Straw Polls held in Little Rock and Saline County by double-digit margins.

He enters the run up to the May 18 Republican Primary with $404,363.31 cash on hand.